You may or may not know Gus Tinto, but if you don’t here’s a bit of history why you should get to know him. I guess you could say that Gus Tinto started off like every other dj, but is this true? Read on and find out. Gus Tinto grew up in the region of Rotterdam, that’s in the Netherlands. He played the piano ever since he was able to walk, had his own drive-in-show as a teenager and played at his school and local sports clubs.
His first dj name wasn’t Gus Tino, not even close. Back in the day’s  he called himself ‘The Clubdoctor’. [Yes really of all the names he could have picked…] Luckily for Gus Tinto he was invited to play at several large parties within a year and was chosen for his musical and dj skills. He shared the decks with; Robin Alberts [Jaydee], 2 O’clock Ron, Miss Monica, Jean, Mark van Dale, Darkraver, Stanton, DJ Paul Elstak and many others.
At that time he figured out he needed another dj name and changed it to; Gus Tinto. The name Gus Tinto best describes him and his style of music. He managed to develop his own sound and was inspired by the sounds of his favourite party island, Ibiza. As you read this bio Gus Tinto’s main music style is Deep & Tech House. Gus Tinto has shared his decks with top dj / producers like: Erick E, Roog, Funkerman, Baggi Begovic, Lucien Foort, Jean and many others.
Erick Morillo, Hot Since 82, Jay Lumen, Dj Dan, Prok & Fitch being of the most influence of his style as we speak.
You’ll be able to find Gus Tinto at clubs, parties and events all around Europe. In the year 2012 he made a special promo tour along the coast of Spain and ended later that summer on Ibiza. On the island he played alongside dj Roog & Lucien Foort on one of the “Ibiza Party Cruises”. Finishing his promo tour at Exclusive Beach Clubs like: Carl Cox “La Plage” & “La Jacaranda Lounge club”.
2013 was a busy year for Gus in every way, where he learned a lot. Has played the summer at Ibiza and in august in Stockholm to perform at an opening of a new club.
Also he works hard to improve his productions, what result a new fresh sound in his productions.
A few tracks releasing in early 2014.
Between gigs, you can find him in his studio, producing tracks & remixes for various national and international record labels. Gus Tinto did time, studio time that is, with; Gus Calderone (The House Moguls), Stanny Abram (Defected Records), collabs with Kike Medina (Stereo Productions) and D-Formation (Toolroom). 2014 Is starting fresh with a mayor big release with a project with Dany Cohiba, Spanish king of Tech House.
When you want to get to know Gus Tinto even better, try to meet him at gigs he’s at or check the following websites and follow him….are you ready?